Vol. i. , No. .11.
. -I . Salisbury NrOyEOlsiEspAY, IVarch,,1st., Joo5.? , . vr. , -
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TH E ROLiA WATCHMAN
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Sir- T J,T-kT
Elecllon of Oftlccers for the tn suing Terp He Supports Mr. FcicH, Makes Some Cut-
OtfKi Sports of thaJLOj KJL.II.. .ting Thrusty at Offers Assistance.
roldsboTo, b. 22, The eb- Gold Knobp N. C, Feb: 27.
olfS- dav'a fifisaiorv of the State We have5iced f(iiS a recent
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T HE CAROUINA WATCHMAN,
Find inclosed fifty cents
April 1st, (906
tjwhich put me
n list tm
R. F. D No.
convention in the. city hall this
wording, the election of officers eee's in the" discharge of Hhe
aud th .passing of resolutions has aues 01 our oouucy commissi
Now we know Mr. Fnck
VYM. M-. STEWART H niTHR-
THE WR: EVICTlb8.J ?
.... : i ' , -i-a
actus scene iD;Hew,jorirwii8r i nor . ; , v
ranurj;W!$A&oflt tofiaDisFossesseff. rg
.yv.tr inrnea nowaiUiiriQge street -
and 4rove slowly through ihies of
peaier'fr carts until we anje tp ' 9 "
barbervXpole in iront pfa narrow
J6or way; ; A' black hairedoxnan
peered at ubt curiously from a win - -
recomniehdations:of officers has kftnman &ni a. arcl working
consumed. greater part of the orann 01 xnis w vve iur
tiwe . ; . - ttiermore know thap ' what &Tr
Some chanees of a minor char- Friok says can be relied uPDt
f ilter have been made in the. laws P8 ? that .the "Stokes Ferry
I - ' e Yi .t. . . . ". I "R.rft1 " 1 t.Vi mrnrf. mart lAainr
az sue otate organization.
The most imnortanf niece of out from Salisbury, and that ir is
buness acted upon-today was the largely due to negligence on t
passing of a resolution memoriali- p""u Ul UU1 V"14",
ziugtne iigisxature not to estao- v
Jish a "Bureau of Immigration, dence) township if concerned we
Thii question rcauBea a consider- tw fiw- the wUnngoesg of the
bldebate. but the sentiment iri people) to keep uriseetidns of
opposition to the establishment l6 road as good conditioas
of such a bureau bv the Leeisla. possioie to aQ so. .ut, wnu
tureas almost unanimous. ; w9 .7 to go toarket we can aji-
Salisbury was selected as the mo8 (by theosj eliwhe
next, nlace of meeting for the the Salisbury, Township Ime
State 'oonnail.-' ' 4 gin-s,-' This sectMof?padis el-
'worketi;X)nly f by the ;; chain
y tp level iii&
tow oyer ted ana-blue announce- v - - Fr -entsin;.;yiddwhof;
various i.;f ,,
ear? tenei rooms Vthat 'were
ptfyerty,li6V that phowed a wo-
man effort to mak them bright
The following St.ftt. - Hnifiiml
off, Now the road
ingjyear : Junior Past Couhcillor,
& Ot. Cobb, of Morsantoni Goun-
lii i t. a it. t1 I losstoknow : how
Vice rCounciUor- RO, PoolMof fefcP7 iax ?
.sneQAaimBgnvn. nave w pay
for working in
of people itthissictipn areN at ft
it is that t we;
Trovi SenrAtArv.. Sam 'tPJ tViiriA-
of Winston ; AssHtant?Hwretary,; mmm Ior wo.fus 1U
RmBlghum6tsf nWreasi thfiajsburytwnship. We
, rWakren:M .fffl
ITEMS FROM ALONG RIVER.
TWO DEATHS AT ST. PAUL'S.
Ripples Here and There. School Exhi
bition. There is lots of sickness in our
eommuiiity now. Lee, the little
son of J. T. Yarbrough, is con
fined to his bed with pneumonia,
nut is improving now.
L. H. Walton is very sick at
Mrs. Maggie Yarbrough has
been confined to her bed for three
weeks with rheumatism.
James McBride and family
visited at J. H. Simeson's Satur
day and Sunday.
T. L. Young and family. visited
at L.'- T, Yarbrough's Saturday
There was a singiDg at J. H.
Simeson's Saturday night. ' A
large crowd was present and all
report a good time.
Miss Mary Chilson , closed her
schoo1 at Smith school house last
Saturday with a public exhibition.
Churchland String Band was there
and furnished some good music
for the occasion.
J. C. Sowers is now running his
saw mill at full speed. The mill
yard is full of logs. Mr. Sowers
is one of our best farmers,
John Beck is very sick with
pneumonia we are sorry to note,
J. A. Sharp, of Greensboro,
visited his father, A. W. Sharp,
, Saturday night and Sunday. We
' were glsd to see John home again.
Now is the time to subscribe
for the Watchman. It is a wel-
come visitor at our home once a
Robert Bringle and Miss Emma Beater
Cross the River.
There is an uuusual amouut, of
sickness in our neighborhood just
now, but most of those afflicted
S. V. Cain, ,,ho has been quite
ill, is on the mend, but slowly.
Stickley Koon his been suffer
ing with la grippe.
Abram Glover, who has been
afflicted with neuralgia and la
grippe, is improving:"
Robt. Bringle,4 who had a severe
case of pneumonia, died from its
effects Sunday. The funeral was
preached Monday and the inter
ment took place at St. Paul's.
A very sad death took place
here Sunday. It was that
of. Miss Emma Beaver, oldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
IjeaVer. She was entering woman
hood when all the world held out
MUCr,B0lLDIN6 AT FAITH.
OAvid Ritchie Re-enlists in the Army.
The Saw and Hammer are Busy.
A force of carpenters are at
-1 r -tct
Rows: Of Hiokorv: OhaDlain. J. iV. or
. Andrews, of Burlington; Nat- 8D0W' "leet and; Icefln order to
ional Renresentative. W. J. Bell- walt pavements it we
ftmv nf Wilmin.fnn should be so f ortunate as to ever
Th rftnorfc of the State Council efe there- If only our (the Stokes'
TreJnrer Geo. V. Fnln showed a ferry) roa(1 was in half the C0Ddi-
halance on hand at the. besinninfr feion that North Main waB' we
of last year of $4,741.29 and re- oould not WJsh for mp?e' We
ceipts which, when added to that have people who live in one mile
mount.make a total of $12,563.44. of Stokes' Ferry road who cross
The disbursements during the year over to tne iroia mu roaa to go
.mnnnt. f.n 7 901 fiQ which Iavaq o town, w ny t Dimpiy uecause
a balance of $5,361.75 in, the Mr- Kluttz one of our. commi8
.-aT. 1 sioners, owns land on that roa(
j- , . , . ,
The report of tarn F. Vance, ana ine roaa 18
i- t.i.t -o ) oi.-i.- n :i a nl,mj uut iul lt. yvuuiu.nu uuu man
WOTK putting up ljULilOi XVHUWJ O OtaliO uuuuuu ucuxctaiy, uunout
bills n heihborhopd:r This ; , ?y
was NbCfrMe: h6tkM bra- '
1 . ' T liSi I.' ! - 1.- Mr
3Ubiy,.wa x$i jjwo rupma tji. ine
ear'i tenMftbomnsf "t'that wnrfl
IO wntt on lon fln o hart in teJ. "
back room in a sort of stuporl' It '
was wa , partly the., heatf for the
P4ce was Btimug ana ine wiiaow8 ,
tightly shut, but it was partly
want of foodjt as we' realized when
she - taurmured V'milk'-T-nunger. ' r
She was not over twehty-three,
aioB , as she - lay , there :pale and.
still, she looked .quite beautiful . 4 -
then th e baby - earned he said , ,
severf aays, neiorep tnere was3noi
new store house.
Lawson Kluttz with a force of
carpenters' is rushing up a new
residence for Mr. G. M. Fisher,
to be occupied by Luther Fisher,
the clerk in the big company
store of Raney-Brown & Co.
Lumber is being placed on the
lot for the new residence for the
Bantist Dreacher. It will be
built at once by R. A. Raney.
who is also running a saw mill,
furuishine lumber for other
people to build with here.
J. T. Artz, one of the police, is
moving into his new house today,
he sold his old house and Jot in
that there had been do nf w coun-
our Commissioners owned land at
i 3 r j u
cils in the State with 7,777 con- euu m eve Ui "oaA
tributing members in 1908 and tnen H wouiq oe a pleasure to go
10,091 members in 1904, The aomewnere. year uu was
order gained 2,111 members dur- pp"P"w "
ing last year. There are 66 coun- wnsmp. ror rroyiaiiuf ,
cils in the State that haVe frm I w Atl rD
one to nine councils. The total I a UU1UBUU r.
receipts by the secretary were tfle best ot hit judgment. Ut
$73,704,16 with disbursements of cour8e 1118 joagmeni, louna , uu
$67 852 70 piuuoous UU UUO UllUglO o
uerry roaa. ' wny r joecause mai
was Dr. Poole's road to town and
to his advantage. Now we don't
want to bea County Commission
er, neither do we want the streets
of Salisbury running through our
lands, but we would love to have
Ham and Eggs.
A man who has been in close
communion with the cup that in
ebriates quite as much as it
cfxeers,fentered an all-night lunch
room late Saturday evening and our road looked after, and if our
for a starter had ham and eggs,' helois anv sood. cive us the word
Another new residence is going toaBt and Coffee. His eating left and we'll nut our shoulders to the
up in Faith for a Miss Holshouser, nc part of his order visible, and wheel and nnsh
Tl T 1 1. . A J A. Jl- . I "
r. a. reeier nas Lne coniraci, ana after ni8 meai went Biep
to her its charms and a bright J has the building about4half done, f where he sat.
& he &ad -giyen his t swf e tea,
u oi uing e i &, jib. xiu,u o piling
x neu a viaiwx, xvth.uxiu.uxbyiai
ana ne Dougn neraaaRnicKer oxp- ,m
mmsen ne oougnx vsceioi -
year ojdj (he was holding Israel
IroaTT?-HfruSd-. nwdT tiold anyone
of their destitution, he had his
pride, he had always been able to
keep up the home, earning good
money at the sweat shop by sew-,
ing on boys' pants five , or six
dollars a week and j they had
been happy. Lena and he, in
their two years of married life, .
happy and thankful. But now
fwell, he had been out of work for
three months. Only i twice, in
that time, had he found anything
to do, and that was in a bigjsnow
storm, when he shoveled with the
street cleaning gang shoveled
through two bitter nights, and
that was all he had earned.
He tried to go on, but his feel
ings choked him, he could only
point to his wife with a look of
tenderness and. grief while a big
tear fell on the child in .his
What was he to do? People
said ' he was strong ' and could
work. Yes, but where was the
work? And hdV could he leave
his wife? Who would bring water
to her parched lips?; And how
could he leave the little boy?
Besides, it was too late, the rent
was due tomorrow, ten dollars for
the landlord, and if it was not
paid- if it was not paid. With
a gesture of dumb despair he
pointed to the door.- Cleveland
Moffett, in Success Magazine.
and happy future beckoned her on VWe hear of several other parties
and filled her soul with hope
She was nearly 20 years of age and.
a, bright and loveble woman.
PneumoniawaS the immediate
cause of her death. She was car
ried to St. Paul's where her fun
eral was preached and the inter
ment took place.
Try the Watchman, 1 year 50c.
Poultry Show Here Next Year.
The Piedmont Poultry Associa
tion, of which C. H. Fries, off!
Salisbury, is secretary, has de
cided to hold its ne?t annual ex
hibition in Salisbury next faiL
who will buy lots and ouiid in
our town in the near future. We
never saw such a great demand
for houses and lots before as there
is this year.
Charley Barger is having a new
residence built, it is going up
David L. Ritchie has enlisted
for another vear in the u. b ar
my in the Phlippine Islands!
When he woke up he ordered
beefsteak. This was brought,
and the following dialogue ensued.
"How much do I owe you?"
"What have I got?"
"Ham and eggs, toast, bread
and butter, coffee and steak."
"Where's the ham and eggs?"
"They've gone down."
The waiter then explained fur
ther, that the reason that the cus
tomer could not see all of his
purchase was because some of it
had been put into commission be-
While chopping a few days ago
N, B. Drury accidentally cut Ed
E. Proctor in the arm inflicting a
Our pastor, Rev. F. -M. Harr, is
in Tennessee, where he is a witness
in the case of Rev. Dr. Graeber
vs. the Holston Synod of Tenn.
There will be an exhibition at
Barger's ichool house on Satur
dav. March 11th,. Among the
features of the dav will be "Dot
quied longing," Lee.
Notice to Farmebs Just re
ceived laree shinment seed oats
... ... - . . J. IB T . 11 a ' 1
This will be something of interest white, black and red rust proot, lore ne tooK nis nap, ana me man
and besides brineine a laree .',65o Per bu- Klttz & Shaveb, 3t with the load of poles paid with-
ta r,t ri wo ffchm ; ii ! " out f urther kick. Hartf ord Cou-
be a lot of fine poultry to tee. Try the Watcamak I year 50o. -fant
Change in a Drug Firm.
The drug store formerly owned
and conductsd by Cornelison &
Cook will hereafter be conducted
solely by Walter M. Cook, who
has purchased Mr. Cornelison s
Gen. Richard A. McLaughlin, '
formerly a prominent lawyer and
citizen of Iredell, died last night
at 9:15 o'clock at the home of his
son-in-law, J. Walter Murdoch,
five miles east of town. He had
been in feeble health, for the past
few months his condition had ."
been critical. J. P. Burke re
ceived letters yesterday from s
number of relative bringinglthe
startling and agreable information 4
that he and his sisters,1 Mrs. Cair
and Misses Jo. and i Ada Burko9.
are heirs to property an New York,
city 'which is estimated to; be '
worth about $3b0,.000,000.
3 1 atesville Landmark.